8 - June
Lately I have been up late at night while our baby cries for
"da breasteses" So excuse my nonsense...however I was wondering
what your favorite trail and/or path to negotiate around camp
was? I have many favorites, but the best heart racer was
hauling ass down the main road from Shawnee past the mail shack
in the pitch of night...imagining that some Ed Geinesque like
crazed axe wielding lunatic (morph images of: Rosy, Callahan,
and a tinge of "Goldy" with a trot reminiscent of Schiller
(torpor)..my heart beating eyes wide open while desperately
trying to find a timber mate and/or a light! Going back was
just as bad...for me!
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=48021]
I always liked the trail between Sioux and Hawk and past the
back of Winnebago to the duplex ...Used to know where every
root was by heart, even when I was totally choneyed at
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=48077]
Here are my favorites... 1) The back of the lodge and Seminole
cabin (thru the woods) 2) The main trail to the rifle range
(Archery Area to Rifle Range) 3) Trail from central area to
Hawk cabin (since I was in Hawk for 6 years) 4) Trail above
canoe shed to the lake (commonly known as Cary Dorf's fall)--I
have a feeling most of us know every root of trails that take
you through camp and not through the central area (just a
Marksy, , Anytrailto@BLCA, [Msgid=48123]
I was always a bit curious about the trail near Shawnee that
led to a heap of plywood, mattress's, chairs, card table,
scattered playing cards and assorted trash beyond the boundries
of the paper pick up areas. Maybe
Gorchoff, Goodman, Meissner or Minkin might have a
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=48161]
Roots, The sequel
Moss is correct about how well we knew those roots and had
every one etched into our memories. I was always somewhat
impressed how most of us could negotiate those trails in the
dark of night at a rather fast rate of speed, I might add,
dodging the roots, low-slung branches and the beam of an AD's
Speaking of roots, how about that big ol' knot right in the
middle of the trail in front of Winnebago? I believe every
first year camper just about killed himself on it, and then
never forgot its location from that point on.
Bosco, , YaHey!,WatchOutDer!@Ouch.com, [Msgid=48162]
"And May The Trails That We Follow (repeat), Though They Be Of
DIFFERENT Paths (repeat), Lead Straight Onto Him (repeat)."
Pudrick, , Jon460@netscape.net, [Msgid=48287]
I, Ross Cahn, being of capable mind and old, out of shape body
will: Meadow a DustBuster so that his bead may, on occasion, be
judged as worthy of not being thrown outside (or in the lake).
Pud a ladder. J.P. no more power than absolutely necessary.
Dean Salit a more harmless arm smash. Rick Moss a muzzle.
rc, , fire@the_dump, [Msgid=48366]
I'm happy to report that my 'puter is on its way back to me.
I've missed the banter goin' on in here. Pacers/Lakers gonna be
real RIP CITY.
PudManDew, dontbotherme, Jon460@netscape.net, [Msgid=48460]
Isn't that the lodge after tacos?
Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=48462]
Stop the Press
STRONG RUMOR....... It is through my sources stationed around
the world that is reporting that an automobile with Mark
Faiwell, Steve Safer and Norm Wolf will be attending the
reunion this year. We can only hope that Faiwell is driving as
I would like to buy him a tank of gas. It's the least we can do
(to pay him back) and with todays prices, it just about breaks
even for the 8 weeks of free gas that we consumed during the
summer when Mark was owner. As a counselor, probably one of the
best summers ever....I would assume most of you would agree
(who were counselors that year)
Marksy, , email@example.com, [Msgid=48472]
Has any one heard from Daryl Beadle. He left an indelible mark
in his 3 years at camp. Also Mark and Mike Pearlstein. One of
Lorch's friends who taught scuba for a few years Dennis
Silverstein wound up as a photographer for Hustler and a few
other magazines. Finally, there was once a guy named Greg
Brenner, also a scuba instructor, I believe. He once went on a
day off and didn't return for 3 days. He'd been kidnapped by
some women as best I recall. In any event, if any of you know
the whereabout of these gents, put a bug in their ear about the
reunion. See ya in a couple months. Lee
Lee Glicksman, 520 320 9170, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=48510]
Smells Like Camp Spirit
Leemon...One of the Pearl Bro's (Mark) I think lives near Rick
Moss! Someone has been in touch with Beadle who left a
permanent buzz er, mark on a lot of us! I once crashed Gregg
Brenner's car on the road to Pallete Lake. Gregg was going to
make me pay for it until H found out! Pud...who is "him" in
your Trails post? And yes you had me repeating it...I always
thought "him" was Jerry Hawker???
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=48534]
Mark Perlstein is in Commercial Real Estate in
Indianapolis...mentioned the Timber site and reunion to him and
he didn't seem too interested. Bob (not Mike) Perlstein is an
attorney in Chicago, he adopted one or two kids and apparently
still plays Banjo in a Bluegrass band. Go Pacers!
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=48565]
My thanks to Moss for telling me about this. Wow, do I have
GREAT memories from camp!!! I am looking forward to going back
to visit and seeing you guys. I live in Dallas and am the
Medical Director of a cancer center where I practice Radiation
Oncology. If you are interested, and you probably are not, our
web site is http://www.cancersurvivorscenter.org I will try to
get the word out to a few more guys.
Greg Echt, 972-579-4300, email@example.com, [Msgid=48591]
Wasn't Rob Ely from Dallas? Wonder if Echty hangs with him?
marksy, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=48653]
I think Ely owned Dallas...Go Lakers..Go Phil!!!
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=48668]
Trails? How 'bout my favorite -- The Point. What a great and
David Raskin, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=48764]
Get a Life
It's kind of pathetic that the Bulls fans have to live in the
past to the point that they root for their ex-coaches team! or
are you just rooting against the Pacers because of the Mossler
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=48796]
Well, they probably still have a hangover from our IU chants at
meals. I don't know Rob Ely. I did tell Greg Miller and Danny
Aron about this. Danny was going to tell Frank
Greg Echt, , , [Msgid=48809]
The Zen of Phil
JayMoss- I am amazed that a post snuck in between your response
time! Now JayMoss, in my awkward spirit of "stirring-up"...what
do you and RMoss think!?! O,USA TODAYS desktop
headlines...Lakers' O'Neal (and Phil) Overwhelms Pacers!!!
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=48923]
I'm getting a real kick out of the website. What memories. My
oldest of 4 is leaving for sleep away camp for the first time
in a week so the timing of reliving some of my fond memories of
camp has been great. Hope to make it to the reunion.
Frank Sterneck, 913-498-1193, email@example.com, [Msgid=49221]
St. Louis always got the bronze
The Sternick-Levitt 1-2 combo was tough (for a couple of
years), but St. Louis was never a real threat to the
Timber-Power of Milwaukee.
marksy, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=49242]
The Real Power
But as we know, Marksy, in the early to mid 70's; second
session, Indy ruled!!!!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=49271]
Hope you're not shocked
Troffsky, Pacers didn't look too overwhelmed last night. Jeff
and I were in attendance. I expect 2 more close games in Indy
and the Pacers will win at least one of them, maybe both. Just
because the bandwagon media doesn't give them a chance doesn't
mean they don't have one.
RickMoss, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=49839]
God don't make little green apples
RMoss did I see you and JayMoss in the stands...you both were
either wearing superman t-shirts or donning some vintage red
and black jerseys #'s 91 and 23?? In any event glad to see that
I could coax you out from your livelihood and fatherhood
responsibilities! Will the Mossler Bros. be present at any
other games, and if so-what section...so we can all have a
reason to watch da game?!?!?!
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=49944]
Actually Peter, Rick was wearing a Celtics "6" jersey for Bill
Russell and I was in a Lakers "13" jersey for Wilt Chamberlain.
Rick and I also like to live in the past!
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50044]
I saw the brothers
Petroff.....I saw the Mossler Brothers in the stands. Jeff was
wearing a Carpenters Reunion Tour t-shirt and Rick was wearing
a Bread t-shirt. I'm certain that was them.
Pudsucks, , IstillliveinPeoria.yick, [Msgid=50055]
Hmmmmmm...JayMoss...regarding living in the past...refer to
[Msgid=49271] The Real Power! Welcome back Pud...I found it
buried underneath the tree!
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=50200]
...and his eyes went, gack, gack, goong!
The Moss Bro's were quite easy to spot as there were two empty
seats in front of them where, supposedly, yet another 'Pud
boot' was located.
Bosco, , YaHey,WhutsUpWitDatfirstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50247]
Whoever signed off on that above comment as to what Jeff and
Rick were wearing at Conseco, you're WRONG (and stop the
impersonation)--there's only 1 Pud. By the way Bill Coy, I
don't personally recall you (recall brother Bob), but enjoyed
that technical insight on KTIM. I bet Fred Markoff didn't know
that. PS- That Lakers banner above wasn't my doin'...
Pudrick, PH#: I dunno., Jon460@netscape.net, [Msgid=50384]
Nice banner!...I guess all the front-runner Bulls fans are
becoming front-runner Lakers fans. You can keep that banner up
there for the next 5 years or so...with Shaq and Kobe the
Lakers can get 10 other relative no-names and still win the
title!...Gotta like the Pacers effort though, and Reggie Miller
belongs in the Hall of Fame!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=50461]
Sing with me Pacer fans
To Change the Subject
For those interested, I met up with John Therese in NYC last
week. John was a counselor for one summer (1983?). He said the
Brothers Pierce had been by awhile back, and had put the bug in
his ear regarding reunion. Maybe he'll show up. John just
entered the digital age. I gave him the URL for the site, so he
probably will be dropping in some time. By the way, as I
remember JMoss wasn't wearing a shirt and was drenched in sweat
and RMoss was wearing my Garcia Corn Flakes shirt. Or maybe
that was at Alpine.(Just kidding Rick, don't get your blood
Red, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50518]
Therese and others lost
Therese was a good guy. I'm guessing he was there in '84, my
first year as staff, but Red might very well be right. I
remember he was one of camp's major hippies. What's he doing?
Speaking of long ago counselors, I saw Chow in London in '89.
He'd taken over his father's garment manufacturing business and
was thinking about getting married.
David Raskin, , email@example.com, [Msgid=50533]
at least we're at the dance
....and may the trails that we follow, though they be of
different paths, lead far away from Marksy!
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50536]
The road less traveled
LOL JayMoss! By the way it's not easy being a frontrunner! What
would the opposite be? Hey Gazzoo is there any way to
incorporate spel-cheker into the posts???
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=50578]
Pete...I do the best I can to correct any obvious spelling or
grammatical errors..but some are so funny, I leave 'em in
Gazzoo, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50579]
Lee Glicksman, if you are still looking at this site, what ever
happened to your old buddy, T.C. (Todd Chapman)?
Gregory Echt, , , [Msgid=50602]
TC is alive and still not well
Echty...I can answer that. Our good buddy TC is living in
Chicago and sell Hor Deovres (spelling)...you know, the foofy
junk you eat before dinner. Todd married Florence and they
fought like cats and dogs for several years. They were divorced
and Todd remarried a girl named Wendy Noodleman. He has been to
court a million times with Florence about any issue you could
imagine. One of them was his vanity license plate that read
"NOMOFLO". To say the least...Todd is exactly the way you all
marksy, , email@example.com, [Msgid=50605]
Raskin, John T. is married and is starting a building
restoration business. He lives down in the East Village in what
used to be somewhat of a "shooting gallery" when I was there
last (12 years ago or so) and is now upscale and gentrified (go
figure). Much of our discussion was on the insanity of the
housing markets in the SF Bay Area and NYC. I'm not sure if the
term "hippie" is very appropriate. If every Deadhead with a run
down car who rolled into camp could be termed a "hippie" then
basically we had a staff full of them and John probably wasn't
the most "major".
Red, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50617]
Where is Rocky?!
Where is Rocky Stone???!! Come on, I want to meet anyone who
played naked frisbee and then became a Rabbi! Any leads?
Mrs. Gazzoo, , email@example.com, [Msgid=50629]
Apologies to Red
Damn it, Red's right. What was I thinking? He was the biggest
hippie at camp. How could I have bestowed that title on anyone
David Raskin, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50636]
Echt, I do still read the site and was happy to see you on it.
I had not even thought of Todd Chapman in many years until I
saw your message. Thanks a lot! Lee
Lee, , email@example.com, [Msgid=50638]
Raskin' for it Again
I think you miss the point Professor Raskin. I take issue with
your term 'hippie', especially when applied to the mid-1980's.
This is probably due to years of the naive referring to anyone
that followed the Gratetful Dead as being a 'hippie'. Though I
realize you are a history professor, the tone that you
sometimes take implies that you see yourself as
Timber-historian for the board. Anyhow, the board's all in good
fun and there is no point in getting touchy about things. I was
basically standing up for a friend who might feel adverse to
Red, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50639]
Who's your daddy?
Ouch...the banner on the top of the page is really hurtin me
this morning...The Mosslers, er, Pacers really waxed the
Lakers! Gotta love Jalen! Roses are red, Bryants are blue, it's
back to Hollywood to find the Zen truth!
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=50736]
Hope the Pacers banner is better luck for the Pacers than the
Laker Banner was for the Lakers after Game 4!. I look for game
6 to be very close. If nothing else, we don't have to be
JMoss, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50883]
Well, I had a great chuckle remembering old TC. Lee, I guess he
gregory echt, , , [Msgid=50915]
A Chapman Timber-Classic
I'll never forget the TC Classic when he was laying down on the
floor of the infirmary naked throwing up on himself. I believe
Lee tells the story the best if I recall.
marksy, , email@example.com, [Msgid=50918]
The new photo on the index page is from 1966. I'm in the lower
left corner. Rick Teplitz (how bout that name from the past) is
in the upper right corner.
Lee Glicksman, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=50937]
Artery Repair/Mountain Dew
I got my Carotid artery graphed and repaired in '99 (ya know,
the one that bulged from my neck), so it should be functional
Pud, (800) DEWMAN, Jon460@netscape.net, [Msgid=50994]
Gazzoo, Don't change the spelling errors!...We need to get an
idea ahead of time who killed most of their brain cells at camp
and elsewhere, so we're not too shocked when their slobbering
all over themselves when we see them in August!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=51059]
Gazzoo says "Okay"
The Free E-generation
Gazzoo, you never stop ceasing to amaze me...thanks for the
BULLS banner! But if I had my druthers I would have posted a
Chippewa Banner, as I recollect my first french kiss (wood and
all) during a camp social...I am so looking forward to seeing
yuz guyz...JayMoss I'll be certain to borrow a few of Julia's
bibs, as not to shock my brethren!!! Speaking of socials any
nostalgic memories anyone??? Go Cubs! Go Rocker!
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=51152]
Did this really happen like this?
H writes in the August '71 newsletter...."Here's something
cute---last Thursday evening we had a social with Chippewa
Ranch Camp, and our younger boys went to the other camp. Young
Wally Posner was kind of shy during the first couple of dances
but by the third dance he had set his eye on a young damsel
with golden hair. He set out to ask her for a dance but was
accosted by one of the older boys from our camp who told him
that this gal was going to be his personal property. Wally
didnÍt say anything, but got Norm Wolf to call the boys
name on the P.A. (Public Address System) with the announcement
that there was an important call for the boy. When the older
boy went to see Norm about the message, our young gallant,
Wally, moved in on the girl and took over. When the other boy
came back, Wally and his girl were occupied for the rest of the
evening. I predict that Wally will someday be a whiz in the
business field." Does anyone remember this? I want to hear
Mrs. Gazzoo, , email@example.com, [Msgid=51160]
Gee Heidi, I didn't know you KNEW Wally Posner. Suffice to say,
you didn't know him like Lee Glicksman and I knew him back in
1976. At that time, he told my 11 year-old brother that I was
talkin' to Tony a lot (that wasn't too cool). With the
much-appreciated assistance of Mr. Glicksman, we made certain
that Wally didn't talk again.
Pud, (800)Talk2Tony, Jon460@netscape.net, [Msgid=51295]
Pud, READ it all next time!
My posting was in reference to H's 1971 August Newsletter!!!
Read above!!!! I want to know if anyone remembers Norm Wolf on
the PA to promote attention. Anyone?
Mrs. HEIDI Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=51297]
Agawak Bound/Wally World
Just put my daughter on a bus to Agawak today. Saw Gary and
Nancy Gorchoff and MP there. My daughter was crying, but I had
a big smile on my face cause the Karma was great! By the way, I
concur with Pud. When we were CIT's, Wally begged me to buy him
booze because I looked so old. He got trashed, and when he got
busted he sang like a sparrow and I got in huge trouble. They
actually tried to make me do the railroad ties in front of the
lodge by myself until Tom Wilkin swooped in. It is nice to know
that his scumbag tactics were evident as early as 1971!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=51339]
We know why she was crying Jeff
Jeff-- are you sure she wasn't crying cause she had just read
the cover of the sports section of the Indianapolis Star. You
know, the one that says "Nobody Remembers a Bridesmaid "
Pud Still Sucks, , WarrenWeigratzLives@Bosco'sHouse, [Msgid=51342]
If you're gonna rag on me and the Pacers, at least have the
stones to leave your real name so I can retort
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=51503]
Up the Wellbutrin!
Hey Timber peoples, lets re-visit the good times, you know when
we had mas tonees, Shiller and RMoss to abuse on the tramps,
Pudrick and Glynnnn running around the lodge like little
children, Marksy needing to control the canteen shack, kitchen
and Porter girls, and yes JayMoss a stable girl frolicking
around the property...JP cookin lazy breakfast in the lodge,
Lee walking around schmoozing in the central area in long
pants, a jean jacket and a pair of wallabees, "H" overwhelmed
with plans to build his new house, Gazzoo spending way too much
time on the tushball court, and Bosco to heave into the lake
every other morning! Go White Sox!
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=51694]
One of my favorite times was doin shots of Old Crow "Caw Caw!,"
Jim Beam, "Jim is Death," Early Times or some other rotgut
whiskey before socials. Remember how much of a Nazi Goldy was
with the music? Peter, were you involved in "The Point
Incident" with me at gymnastics camp? I can't remeber.
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=51708]
Goldstein the great
Do you all remember the set up Goldie and Plotkin had in the
Duplex. The greatest of all time! A pizza oven, refrigerator,
19" color TV, no CIT upstairs. I wonder whatever happened to
that green van with the shag carpet.
David Raskin, , email@example.com, [Msgid=51714]
Quit the Wellbutrin SR back in Feb.,Mr. Petroff; they were
makin' me fricken JUMPY. Oh how I yearn for the days when
Glynnnnnn would call out to his little brother--"Pudrick"--in
that thick Arkansas accent.
Pudrick, 1(800)MORE-MEDS, Jon460@netscape.net, [Msgid=51719]
The point of no return
JayMoss there were so many Point memories...I need more
details, for what its worth- I hope I was! Who named it the
point and what is the primary type of tree encompassing it?
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=51759]
Bosco In The Lake
Just for the record, I was never tossed in the Lake for
sleeping late. My sleep-ins became an accepted part of camp
life. This was because I had to make sure JP wasn't the last
conscious human being up at night. I was just making sure he
didn't pass out with a lit butt.....coulda burnt the whole
Bosco, , YaHey,DatWatersColdDeremail@example.com, [Msgid=51791]
I Get Your Point
I believe birch was the primary tree type on the Point. But
there were many 'boots' encompassing the fire pit. I recall
Keith Benzuly tossing one over onto Nancy Rowen and her
sweater. Was a nice, horizontal, projectile with a slight arc
to it. My score: 9.5
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=51793]
A "Point" of Clarification
I'm talking about the gymnastics camp Point fiasco. We got
drunk with several of the staff and some got kicked out of
camp. We were dumb enough to leave booze up there the next
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=51819]
Brilliant call on the Birch trees Bosco. They were so beautiful
and plentiful up there, in fact Towanda had a totally different
perspective from there! Even Frieds' cottage looked majestic!
JayMoss, yes I believe I was part of the Porter problem that
sent them a packing! My bad! At any rate speaking of choney
spots...where was yer favorite outdoor tonyee club? Go Pud!
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=51823]
me, tony and harry
Nothing was better than warming up the boats in the morning
with Harry and Tony
Danny Plattner, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=51901]
In a Fog in the Bog
My fondest memories are in a canoe in "the bog," on a foggy
night with the frogs croaking and the loons singing. It was
truly eerie and just weird enough!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=52053]
Steamrollin' on the Pontoon
Steamrolling while watchin' the Northern's on the Pontoon boat
was about as good as it gets (JP will remember).
Red, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=52170]
Always with Joey...The KING.
Inside the U-Haul, full of trunks, with the rear door closed
(session change) and then napping with Joey for a couple hours
on the floor of the newly-built, air-conditioned Rhinelanderhey
airport.(Had to wake Joey up when the flight from O'Hare
arrived). Enjoying a canoe rendezvous, followed up with a
bottle of Jones with Bill Rom at Rice Creek wasn't bad either
('cept for the power-boot session I had). But the most
enjoyable "spree" was with my great pal, Maury Hecht for (10)
days in 1980--we took out a fricken' Canadian!!! (THAT still
eats at Joey to this very day). Maury was a great cook & a
staunch believer in rigorous hyperventilation during our
PudManDew, (800)SPLIEFS, Jon460@netscape.net, [Msgid=52271]
Does anybody remember an incredible Northern Light Show, and
sleeping on the beach at the Porkies...Peter I wanna say you
were there. Definitely the trippiest sky I've ever seen! I'm
pretty sure it was real too!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=52282]
I don't remember the light show at the Porkies, but I do
remember waking up to Wally Posner barfing dry-pack spaghetti
all over me ...Now THAT was trippy.
Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=52308]
By the way...
Remember: The deadline to register for REUNION-2000 is JULY
Your Conscience, , email@example.com, [Msgid=52315]
I never knew Wally Posner, but from the sounds of him, I'm
wondering how he beat out David Gast for the memorial
Red, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=52378]
In Answer to Red...
Unlike Gast, Wally Posner was a fast runner. But the most
infamous Wally Posner story concerns the final campfire of
1972. In order to flame the damp logs, someone (who shall go
unnamed) poured gasoline on them. When a match was thrown in,
flames shot 30 feet in all directions, scortching Wally quite
badly. His arms and legs were bandaged for weeks. On second
thought, he wasn't THAT fast.
Gazzoo, , email@example.com, [Msgid=52406]
Dry Pack Boot
Gazzoo, I was in the tent with you, and totally remember the
dry pack spaghetti boot. Could never touch the stuff after
Jeff Mossler, , UhOhSpaghettiO's@Porky.com, [Msgid=52516]
I was sitting behind Wally when the flames flared out engulfing
me as well, as a result, I had a blister on my ankle the size
of Nano's matzo balls-- we narrowly esacaped some real trauma!
Who started gas dousing camp fires aka the one match bandit
anyway? Hey JayMoss amazing call on the Superior Northerns, yes
I was there!!! I will never forget as we layed on the cold
Superior sand in the middle of the night, bedazzled by the
techno-color brillance of mother nature! I don't think Mr.
Tonyee could achieve that- IT WAS REAL JayMoss! Go Sammy!
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=52544]
Now That's a Fire! (E. Murphy)
I remember the unnamed person who doused gas on the campfires
(BTW: This happened more than once) always had a lit butt in
his mouth while he filled a Folgers Coffee can from the pump
before taking it to the campfire pit and pouring the whole
thing on the logs.
A very entertaining show indeed.
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=52565]
Eligible for What?
I just got a copy of the new PEOPLE magazine issue featuring
America's 100 most eligible bachelors, and try as I might I
can't find Pud, Bosco, or the Pierce brothers. What a rip-off!
But it was good to see Meadow up there at #37.
Bob Gassel, , email@example.com, [Msgid=52726]
Gazzoo, are you sure that wasn't in THE ONION? Go Go
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=52799]
People's Top 100
Darn!...It aint easy being #101
(BTW: MP came in at #102, JP's is #123, and Pud is #6022)
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=52855]